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We have a corporate VisualSVN Server hosting our code and I do not have access to the server. I am using TortoiseSVN as a client to manage my source code. Recently I had requested the admin to remove a bunch of devs' access to the repository.

How can I get a list of active users on the repo without having administrative access to the VisualSVN Server?

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    What you want requires certain permissions and it sounds like you don't have said permissions. Get the admin to provide this information to you. – Ramhound Oct 29 '13 at 12:47
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You can't get list of users using Subversion client. The task is for administrator and should be performed on the server-side.

On the other hand, if you use VisualSVN Server 2.7 or newer, you can ask your administrator to delegate you supervisory access to the particular repository. This way you could use VisualSVN Repository Configurator tool to manage access permissions to repository. The Repository Management Delegation feature does NOT require you to be an administrator of the server machine.

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